Police find severed human penis and testicles in his freezer
Police have allegedly found a severed human penis and testicles in a professional electician’s freezer while investigating the removal of another testicle.
Police allegedly found severed male genitals in the freezer at electrician Ryan Andrew King’s Brisbane home.
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Police have allegedly found a severed human penis and testicles in a “tradie’s” freezer while investigating the removal of another person’s testicle in an alleged castration fetish act.
Police went to the West End flat of electrician Ryan Andrew King, 27, in inner city Brisbane while investigating a bizarre mutilation last weekend.
Police and paramedics were called to a city backpacker hostel last Saturday night where they allegedly found a 26-year-old Sydney man with his genitals partly removed.
It is alleged the man had arranged to be partially castrated by Mr King in one of the rooms, after meeting online.
Mr King, who works as an electrician at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre and has volunteered in the SES, is not believed to be medically qualified but allegedly taught himself castration from online research.
It is alleged he may have used a Cryopen, a device for removing lesions such as warts and benign skin spots with nitrous oxide under high pressure.
After finding the allegedly mutilated man at the hostel, police searched Mr King’s West End apartment and allegedly found a human penis and set of testicles in his freezer.
Police allegedly found a penis and testicles in the freezer of Brisbane tradie Ryan Andrew King, who has been charged after allegedly partly castrating a man.
Ryan King’s parents outside Brisbane Magistrates Court where their son appeared charged with intention to maim. Picture: Channel 7Source:Supplied
Ryan King has an extra X chromosome, his lawyer said. Picture:
King may have used a Cryopen to allegedly remove the testicle.
Queensland Police reported no complaints have been made about the – as yet unidentified – set of severed male human genitals and no charges have been laid in relation to the discovery.
The Sydney man who allegedly had one testicle removed by Mr King was taken to the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital for surgery and is in a stable condition.
Police charged Mr King with one count of act intended to maim and he appeared via video link in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday.
Mr King’s parents were in court for the appearance of their son, who was denied bail.
His defence lawyer told the court Mr King had been bullied as a student at Brisbane’s elite private boys’ school Anglican Church Grammar, known as “Churchie”, and had Asperger’s and Klinefelter syndromes.
Klinefelter syndrome, when a male is born with an extra X or female chromosome, can cause small, poorly functioning genitals and lowered fertility.
Brisbane detectives are investigating the existence of an underground fetish scene in which men apparently volunteer to have parts of their genitals removed.
Mr King will next appear in court on August 24.